Dayangadang, Mondragon, Trasmonte and Jakiri will be in action at TFC 2

Biondi Dayangadang is back with another MMA event on April 1st. And this is not April Fools joke! Following a first round submission win to the Full Metal Dojo 13: Concrete Jungle Where Dreams are Made Of (FMD 13), riding a 3 fight win streak-flyweight will face Detchadin Srosirisuphathin at Thailand Fighting Championship 2 (TFC 2) going down in Khao Lak at the Thai bar on the beach.

Biondi Dayangadang was victorious at the inaugural Thailand Fighting Championship two months ago. He choked his Thai opponent Wisawa King Kaveevaragorn out in the very first round of the co-main event.

Michael Mondragon, Reynold  “Onyok” Trasmonte and Ryan Jakiri are three more Filipino warriors who will represent the Philippines.

Related link: Meet Biondi Dayangadang – Thailand Fighting Championship’s Rising Pinoy Fighter

Michael Mondragon, is coming off a win at PXC Laban: Manila last November 11, 2016, makes his TFC debut in the main event against Top Noi.

Reynold  “Onyok” Trasmonte who has been inactive in the past two years returns to the cage. A bantamweight title at URCC: Takeover in 2014 was his last fight. Trasmonte to square off in the co-main event against the unbeaten Cole Smith.

Ryan Jakiri jumps in the cage after two years off also with Jaktan Tangjan who recently won at the inaugural Thailand Fighting Championship 1. Jakiri last fought at URCC: Takeover as the headliner against a Japanese in 2014.

The fight card has 6 matches with mainly fighters from Thailand and Philippines.

Check out the fighters lined up for TFC 2 fight card:

Main Event
Top Noi Tiger Muay Thai (Thailand) vs Michael Mondragon (Philippines)

Co-Main Event
Onyok Trasmonte (Philippines) vs Cole Smith (Canada)

Biondi Dayangadang (Philippines) vs Detchadin Srosirisuphathin (Thailand)

Ryan Jakiri (Philippines) vs Jaktan Tangjan (Thailand)

Top Saksurin Tiger Muay Thai (Thailand) vs Setthawut Naimthanom (Thailand)

Amr ElGohary (Egyptian​) vs Mohammad Aslam (India)

Don’t miss Asia’s biggest pre-summer party for only 300 THB (General Admission) and 500 THB (Cageside) seats.

Contact Thailand Fighting Championship on Instagram (@thailandfightingchampionship) or Facebook for ticket info.

Meet Biondi Dayangadang – Thailand Fighting Championship’s Rising Pinoy Fighter

Biondi Dayangadang scored a big submission last January 18 at the inaugural Thailand Fighting Championship event in Khao Lak Thailand improving his professional MMA record to 2-0.

Dayangadang, 26-year-old, a Fight Corp MMA warrior from Baguio City added this another victory in his career. He choked his Thai opponent Wisawa King Kaveevaragorn out in the very first round of the co-main event.

Fight Photo credit by: SingaporeMaven

Staying busy and looking forward to putting on another great performance as the Filipino fighter will be fighting again on February 25 in Bangkok Thailand for Full Metal Dojo (FMD) 13.

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight and Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC) lightweight champion Will “The Kill” Chope who is also his team mate brought him to Combat 360X in Thailand. Highland Boxing Stable’s Biondi is helping him train for his boxing and Will on the other hand helps him get fights in Thailand. Chope plays the role of a match maker for TFC.

Thank you so much.

I really believe in him and know he will make ONE Championship later this year and doing my best to get him more exposure and fight opportunities,

Chope proudly said.

Dayangadang began a career in Mixed Martial Arts five years ago. He won three of his last 5 bouts:

⬆Win | Wisawa King Kaveevaragorn via submission (RNC) at R1, Thailand Fighting Championship (TFC) 1 January 18, 2017
⬇Loss | inaugural flyweight championship, Jomar “Rush” Manlangit via submission (triangle choke), at R1, Fight Sports Tournament (FIST) 4 November 5, 2016
⬆Win | James Bayucan via submission (RNC) at 3:41 of R1, Fight Sports Tournament (FIST) 2  April 30, 2016
⬆Win | Carlo Russell via submission (RNC) at 2:25 of R1, Fight Sports Tournament (FIST) 2  March 19, 2016
↔Cancelled bout | Franklin Donglay, PXC Laban: Baguio 2 July 11, 2015
⬇Loss | Lito Adiwang via TKO at 5:59 of R1
URCC Baguio 4 February 18, 2012

We have been seeing so many stories of hope and victories at these games. Stories to truly inspire the next generation of hopefuls. So we thank Will “The Kill” Chope for the love and the support to help our kababayan continue to chase the dream.

Even tho I don’t live in Philippines anymore, I still am doing my best to help the fighters I used to train with and also compete there often as well. Haha. Thanks again guys, 

Chope ends.

For the FMD13 Fight card info and more, just stay tuned for updates! Follow Will Chope and Thailand Fighting Championship on Facebook.